Tag Archives: winter prep

How to prepare your garden for winter — Alba Landscapes: Landscaping for Burlington, Mebane, Graham and Hillsborough

Here in North Carolina, it does n’t look too much like winter, yet. But it’s time! We have passed the first day of frost (October 14 ) and we know that temperatures can drop overnight, without warning. Our first task – Pull out any annuals such as zinnias and trim and clean up remaining perennials. Next-Place […]

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How to Deal with Winter and Your Laying Flock — Meyer Hatchery Blog

Winter in the northern part of the country can be quite cold. Your laying flock may need a little help from you to thrive during the deepest, coldest winter months. Let’s talk about which breeds are better suited to living in colder climates and discuss some things to watch out for during sub-zero temperatures and […]

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